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Do not answer the email. Go to gmail and change your password. It is probably a phishing scheme, but it wold be a good idea to change the password.

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Keith.
You received this email supposedly from Google mail?
if you clicked a link in the email asking you to change password you may have been hacked.

Have you tried going to Gmail and requesting a new password using your same email user name?

Try that.
If that does not work you may have been hacked and you cannot get into your old mail.

You may need to create a new gmail account and NEVER give out your user name or password to someone sending you an email asking for it. NO ONE should be asking you for your private information in an email.

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Your Gmail account is vulnerable to hackers if you don't take adequate steps to protect it.

Create a strong password that contains a mix of numbers and letters.
Use both upper and lowercase, and consider adding symbols.

Change your account's settings from HTTP to HTTPS.
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Check the "Grant Access to Your Account" section.
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Click the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" tab.
Check the Forwarding section to make sure no one changed it.

Check the POP Download section and the IMAP Access section.
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